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A Shamokin man accused of impersonating a federal agent is headed to trial in November. [Read More]
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Lindie Barnhart-Lloyd is relying on a little bit of magic to bring the fourth annual Arts and Curiosities Festival to Sunbury next month. [Read More]
The case involving a Mount Carmel woman facing vehicular homicide charges after a February crash has at least 10,000 medical documents for the man who... [Read More]
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A Shamokin man accused in Cumberland County for the 2016 death of his infant daughter was unable to convince a Cumberland County Judge to throw... [Read More]
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A Line Mountain graduate received a $500,000 grant from USDA's Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) for research related to dairy cow health. [Read More]
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For Darren Dershem, being only 17 and unable to vote in the November presidential election doesn't stop the high schooler from being active in politics. [Read More]
Rainbow flags and calls for equality and unity permeated throughout downtown Milton on Saturday afternoon as at least 100 people gathered for a pride Rally. [Read More]
Accused killer Andre Stone was granted permission to undergo a mental evaluation to determine if he's competent to stand trial in Northumberland County Court. [Read More]
An inmate already facing attempted homicide charges tried to wrestle a Taser away from a correctional officer to use on him and other staff in... [Read More]
A woman accused of intentionally setting a fire with someone still in the house in Mount Carmel pleaded guilty on Friday to one felony count... [Read More]
Knoebels Amusement Resort announced on Friday that it will launch a drive-thru Christmas light display in November. [Read More]
Knoebels Amusement Resort announced today that it will launch a drive-thru Christmas light display in November. [Read More]
A inmate at Northumberland County Jail attacked a correctional officer on July 28, according to the county district attorney's office. [Read More]
The Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area (AOAA) is on track for a record year despite being closed for a month during the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
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